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Shark-Liver Substance May Slow Growth Of Brain Tumors

... squalamine slowed the growth of new blood vessels caused by tumors in rabbits' eyes by up to 43 percent after three weeks. The studies are to be presented today at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons' annual meeting in Minneapolis, Minn. Uncontrolled growth of blood vessels fuels the runaway ...

Use Of Surfectant Therapy Widens Gap In Death Rate Of Black And White Newborns

...the United States and kills5,000 each year. RDS is caused by the inability of the premature infants'lungs to make surfactant, which is produced in the lungs of a fetusstarting in the last trimester and continuing until birth. Prematureinfants, those who weigh less than 4 pounds, generally do not produceenou...

Testosterone May Affect Learning Skills; May Be Put In Tablet Form

...without prolonged exposure to a high hormone level caused by injections. The hormone level rises and drops steeply with injections, often causing mood swings and other side effects in some men. Studies have shown that recently developed testosterone skin patches also deliver the hormone at a steady level fo...

KUMC Researchers Announce Breakthrough Method For Predicting Epileptic Seizures

...t a seizure is about to occur. Epilepsy is caused by factors such as head trauma, brain tumors, strokes, infection, poisoning, oxygen deprivation or other events that cause scarring in the brain. This scarring acts as an irritant to the nerve cells which can trigger an abnormal electrical discharge,...

Common Carbohydrates May Prove To Be Substitute For Dietary Fiber

... other legumes found thatthe bad side effects were caused by stachyose and raffinose, which now areknown to be undesirable oligosaccharrides. They're also found in soybeans.But other oligosaccharides actually may possess health-promoting properties. Instead of 15 grams of fiber a day, a person need only ea...

Guidelines Offer Ways To Curb Antibiotic-Resistant Infections

CHAPEL HILL -- Infections caused by organisms that no longer respond to antibiotics are increasing alarmingly fast in hospitals and health care facilities across the nation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill experts say. The most common infection, “Staph aureus,”...

Duke Obtains FDA Designation For Pompe Disease Therapy

...998. Pompe disease is an incapacitating condition caused by an inherited deficiencyof the enzyme acid alpha glucosidase. Acid alpha glucosidase normally degradescellular stores of glycogen into glucose, a primary energy source. Patientssuffering from Pompe disease lack sufficient enzyme for that chemical c...

Antioxidant-Enhancing Drug Partly Rescues Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Noise-induced hearing loss may be caused partly by free-radicaloxidative damage to sensory cells in the inner ear, and a drug called R-PIA canlessen the extent of damage by enhancing antioxidant activity, researchers atthe University at Buffalo's Center for Hearing and Deafness have found. ...

SOA Study Says Social Security Financing Would Be Relatively Unaffected By Largest Expected Mortality Improvements, But Uncertainty Persists

...inflow tothe population base of each NAFTA country caused by immigration and thefertility rate. All of this could add up to much larger populations of theelderly. In addition, there are speculations that recent genetic breakthroughscould lead to dramatic extentions of human life. If such speculations were t...

Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic Threatens Developing Countries, Global Economy

...cydiseases. In 1990 cardiovascular disease caused an estimated 5.3 million deaths indeveloped countries and 8 to 9 million in developing nations. In urban China,the proportion of cardiovascular disease deaths tripled between 1957 and 1990,jumping from 12 percent to 36 percent of all deaths. In Ind...

New Math, High-Tech Imaging Solving Old Riddle: How Does The Brain Operate When We Think?

...ly howto interpret changes in the magnetic signals caused by changes in brainactivity," says Peter C.van Zij...ng normalanimalbrain activity to abnormal activity caused by decreased oxygen in the blood. Theteam loweredthe amount of oxygen in animals for about 45 minute...

Added Benefit Found For Aspirin Use In Patients With Vessel Disease

...ociation. When atherosclerosis -- which is caused by fatty deposits clogging theblood vessels -- occurs, the result can be damage to the endothelium that linesthe inside of the vessel. When there is damage to the lining -- known asendothelial dysfunction -- the vessel may not contract properly, lead...

Clot-Busters As Effective As Surgery To Clear Blockages In Legs

...s: Just as in a heart attack or most strokes, it's caused whenpatients develop sudden arterial blockage that cuts off bloodflow. The condition is very painful, and many patients end uphaving the leg amputated. Such patients are usually elderly andhave another disease, such as heart disease, cancer, or diabe...

Researchers Identify Candidate Immunosuppressant With Fewer Side Effects

...tentially could be usedto treat chronic conditions caused by excessive or inappropriate immuneresponses, such as asthma, inflammation, allergies, and rheumatoid arthritis.Their findings are published in the April 24 Molecular Cell. The two main immunosuppressant drugs used today, cyclosporin A andF...

Scientists Create Extremely Sensitive Test For Detecting Radiation Damage

...eloped the most precise testyet for genetic damage caused by ionizing radiation and cancer-causingchemicals....ay showed pre-treated cells removed genetic damage caused bythe larger dose significantly faster than cells not pre-treated. "We could use this ultra...

Compound In Meat Prevents Diabetes, Study Suggests

... or feet, or dry, itchy skin.) Type II diabetes is caused by the body's inability to use insulin well, which causes a buildup of sugar in the blood. If left untreated, Type II diabetes can result in kidney problems, amputation of limbs, blindness, coronary heart disease or strokes. The research on CLA's abi...

National Office Of Drug Safety Is Needed, Experts Say In JAMA

...g ventricular tachycardia orfibrillation -- itself caused cardiac arrest. Monitor the effectiveness of previous safety alerts: The FDA has noorganized program to be sure that important warning messages are beingcommunicated to doctors and the general public -- and whether they are beingheeded. Ev...

Dermatologists Recommend Raising Age for Insurance Coverage for Acne Drugs to Age 40 -- or Beyond

...gpre-teen years, many cases are adult onset, often caused by hormonal changesduring pregnancy or as a result of irregularities in the menstrual cycle....

Wistar Scientist Awarded American Cancer Society Grant For Study Of Tumor Suppressor Proteins

...tions that can be used in the treatment of cancers caused by abnormal CDK4activity. The Wistar Institute, established in 1892, was the first independent medicalresearch facility in the country. For more than 100 years, Wistar scientistshave been making history and improving world health through their devel...

Health Risk To "Cigarette Babies" Is Neglected, Duke Scientist Charges

...ample, many previously believed that crack cocaine caused SIDS,but when investigators began to look at the i...potentially the most damaging event to our society caused bytobacco abuse." Slotkin hopes the media will give tobacco its proper attention as asubstan...

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